Big12 ADs are highest paid in FBS

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  1. jaretac

    jaretac Well-Known Member

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    #1 jaretac, Apr 3, 2009
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    and our own Jamie Pollard ranks 5th in the Big 12

    Kansas- $900,000
    Oklahoma- $700,000
    A&M- $690,000
    Texas- $627,109
    Iowa State- $378,560
    Ok State- $377,396
    Tech- $365,000
    Colorado- $297,709
    K State- $294,466
    Missouri- $287,375
    Nebraska- $261,000

    Big 12 athletic directors ranks as highest paid among FBS - Big 12 - ESPN
     
  2. ilovetheclones

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    fifth with a difference of 100,000 between him and last but 250,000 to catch up to fourth

    non issue

    keep moving nothing to see here
     
  3. Balls

    Balls Well-Known Member

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    Well worth the money!
     
  4. sdcyfan

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    well maybe its time we see some production in wins too.
     
  5. isuno1fan

    isuno1fan Well-Known Member

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    Can't believe KU pays that much and Nebraska pays that little.
     
  6. becrisgreg

    becrisgreg Active Member

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    That helps feed Osborne's ego. Hey look at me, I work for the least amount of all the Big XII ADs, but it is only because I am a swell guy....

    JournalStar.com - Lincoln, Nebraska - News - Nebraska

    No this is not a photoshop, but a honest to goodness picture of King Tom.


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  7. MontyBurns

    MontyBurns Well-Known Member

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    +1. Props to you for expecting something.
     

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